Lion in the Lobby

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Rauh, Joseph L. Jr. "First Clarence Mitchell, Jr., Lecture." Martin Luther King, Jr., Center for Social Change (October 30, 1985).

Roosevelt, Eleanor. "The Negro and Social Change." Opportunity (January 1936), pp. 22-23.

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-------. "Racial Employment Trends in National Defense." Phylon (Fourth Quarter, 1941), pp. 3-23.

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-------. "It’s Our Country, Too." The Saturday Evening Post (October-December 1940), p. 58 ff.

-------. "Why I Remain a Negro." Saturday Review of Literature (October 11, 1947), NNACP reprint, DW Files.

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-------. "How Washington’s Color Line Looks to Me." The Saturday Evening Post (April 3, 1954), pp. 32-33 ff.

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ORAL HISTORIES

Kennedy, Robert F. Interview by Anthony Lewis, December 4, 6, 1964. John F. Kennedy Library Oral History Program.

King, Martin Luther, Jr., Interview by Berl I. Bernhard, March 4, 1964. John F. Kennedy Library Oral History Program.

Marshall, Burke. Interviews by Louis Oberdorfer, May 29, 1964. John F. Kennedy Library Oral History Program.

Mitchell, Clarence, Jr. Interview by John Stewart, February 9, 1957. John F. Kennedy Library Oral History Program.

-------. Interview by Robert Martin, December 6, 1968. Civil Rights Documentation Project, Ralph J. Bunche Oral History Collection, Manuscript Department, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center, Howard University.

-------. Interview by Thomas Baker, November 7, 1972. Lyndon Baines Johnson Library Oral History Collection, Accession No. 73-24.

-------. Interview by Charles Wagandt, February 17 (OH 8209). Maryland Historical Society Oral History.

-------. Interview by Ed Edwin, July 24, 1981. Columbia University Oral History Collection.

Mitchell, Juanita. Interviews by Charles Wagandt, July 25, 1975 (OH 8095), December 9, 1976 (OH 8183). Maryland Historical Society Oral History.

Rauh, Joseph L., Jr. Interview by Charles T. Morrissey, December 23, 1965. John F. Kennedy Library Oral History Program.

Sorensen, Theodore. Interview by Carl Kaysen, May 3, 1964. John F. Kennedy Library Oral History Program.

Wilkins, Roy. Interview by Joe Wall, June 4, 1957. Columbia University Oral History Collection.

Wofford, Harris. Interviews by Berl I Bernhard, November 29, 1965. Larry Hackman, November 22, 1968. John F. Kennedy Library Oral History Program.


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